Thousands of Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis from around the world assembled in front of Chabad world headquarters in Brooklyn, N.Y., for the annual group picture of International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries.The 4,900 rabbis are in New York for the annual … [Read more...] about Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbis Gather for the 2019 Group Photo
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The sale of one of the internet’s most popular registries to a private equity firm has revived concerns over how the domain name system is governed. The Internet Society and Public Interest Registry (PIR) have announced an agreement with Ethos Capital, under which Ethos C … [Read more...] about Private Equity Company Acquires .Org Registry
An unprecedented survey of American Jews conducted by the American Jewish Committee reveals deep concern about antisemitism in the United States and widespread fear that it is increasing. The findings from the AJC survey - the largest and most comprehensive ever on the subject … [Read more...] about AJC Survey of American Jews Reveals Deep Concern About Rising Antisemitism in U.S.
Nearly one year after the worst anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history that claimed the lives of 11 people worshiping inside a Pittsburgh synagogue building, the Tree of Life*Or L’Simcha Congregation announced it will move forward with rebuilding plans that reflect resiliency, s … [Read more...] about Squirrel Hill’s Tree of Life Congregation Announces Vision For Future
It will be aimed at reviving the memory of the Holocaust, strengthening education around the Holocaust and combating anti-Semitism. (JNS) Romania will open its first national Holocaust museum more than seven decades since the end of World War II. The National Museum of … [Read more...] about Romania Set to Open First Holocaust Museum Since End of Second World War